Polychrome Pictures
ProductsMotion pictures

Polychrome Pictures, LLC, now defunct, was headquartered in Sherman Oaks, California, as a distributor of independent motion pictures on DVD, video on demand, and through digital distribution.[1][2][3]

Polychrome's independent film business in North America was primarily conducted through Warner Home Video. However, after losing the Warner Bros. deal, Polychrome struck a home video output deal with Vivendi Entertainment.[4]

The company's principals included Eugene 'Geno' Taylor, Arnold 'Arnie' Holland, Wayne Cox and Danny Rodriguez.


Polychrome Pictures, LLC filed a Voluntary Petition for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court Central District of California on November 22, 2009.[5]

According to the Bankruptcy Petition #: 1:09-bk-25696-KT, Polychrome's assets were $423,476.00, with liabilities of $1,178,125.15. The petition also lists Polychrome's gross income as:



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  2. ^ DVD Verdict
  3. ^ Reuters.com
  4. ^ "Reuters". 20 October 2009. Archived from the original on 1 February 2013.
  5. ^ "United States Bankruptcy Court Petition" (PDF). 22 November 2009.